The final film of the "Amercian Pie" series is here - "American Reunion". The film revolves around the cast of the original film returning to their characters' high school reunion, 13 years later.

"The opportunity to come back and work with these friends is always something I'm personally open to. The story has to be right and the script has to be right. The audience dictates it and hopefully it does well enough, we'll see. The great thing about this cast is that we can go years without seeing each other, but when we get back together, we have this shared connection. It defines us all in a great way, it's very special to all of us," Jason Biggs told the Metro.

The stars seemed happy and comfortable reprising the characters they played so many years ago.

'It's fun because I know Vicky so well. It's like having your first pair of jeans and putting them right back on again," Tara Reid said about her character in the film.

"I remember when it came out. In the summer of '99 I was working in Minneapolis on "Sugar & Spice", and I was sad that I missed the premiere. We were playing cheerleaders in the new film and shooting a football scene, so there were a couple thousand extras. All of a sudden, I started to hear people shouting 'Choir Chick Heather'. It freaked me out, and then people wanted my autograph, which completely took me aback," Mena Suvari, who played the role of Heather, added.

Meanwhile, the entire cast of the film - Jason Biggs, Tara Reid, Seann William Scott and Mena Suvari - toured London city in a double-decker bus.

"Adventure and adversity fall into the laps of the main five. Viewers will laugh, gasp and awe as the plot unfolds. Jim, Kevin, Oz and Finch struggle to be adults in juvenile situations, whether it involves running into an old lover or resisting the urge to party like they did in high school. Stifler is, well, Stifler," the Arbiter Online says, of the movie.

"American Reunion" will hit the theatres in UK on 2 May.